Russell Heath came to leadership coaching after many years leading environmental organizations, mission-driven coalitions, and political campaigns in Alaska. In those efforts, it became clear to him that the essential element in the success or failure of any campaign or project was the quality of its leadership—and that leadership was more a function of character and being than it was of skills and techniques. In service to his own leadership, he moved to New York City and entered a rigorous leadership coaching program. Transformed by that experience, he decided to become a coach himself. He is a graduate of Accomplishment Coaching, one of the nation’s premier coaching schools, and has been coaching professionally since 2012.
Heath is a member of the International Coaching Federation and holds its Professional Certified Coach credential. He will qualify for ICF’s Master Certified Coach credential in 2021. He coaches leaders in both for- and non-profit organizations and high-performing professionals committed to making a difference in their communities, their organizations, or their lives. He also works with entrepreneurs building new businesses. In addition to his non-profit work, his professional background includes many years as an IT project manager and systems analyst. He has written two novels; lived in Italy and Australia; traveled twice around the world—once overland and once, alone, by sail; and thrives on serious backcountry expeditions. When he left Alaska in 2010, he bicycled to Mexico via the continental divide. His next trip is to row around Newfoundland.
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